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People who came to a tragic end in coal mines crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of May 10th, 2016 other clues
Watery medicine?
Group of a hundred in the city
Legendary hero who provided transport for a doctor
Publicity specialist who revised a lot of mandates
Saw a figure ahead!
Lots of inaccurate shots
Generally favoured community centre in Poplar
Satisfied the requirements of the police
One bighead lives with a bird
Decline irrationally to set us free
I'm wrong, boy, by a very long way!
Marked card
Let it stand the test somehow
A note concerning the return of some hostages
Polish by endless brushing, possibly
Diminished by taking a couple of minutes out?
Nominally, she sheds a little light on a Roman road
The state one may be in due to drinks (about ten)
He scores fast, but seems to make hard work of it
Some guys may tend to hold them up
A shaky-looking tree
Being an unusual occupation, there's a man specially for it
High flier who fell (but not to earth)
Is able to start or finish a dance
The 'big house' familiar to the local police
Those emptily referred to as the dead men?
The ones that flew?
Obviously more than one old hag
The sailor struck out, as is the custom
Does it tend to darken the cricket field?
Clothes that fit badly after being much cut down
The decimated part
Mr Harris's uncle
They serve a nice portion during meals
A tincture used in painting
Derides the contradictory directions said to come to one's ears
Property gives new heart to the people
Old Donald could certainly shift around the court!
In one, love can grow beautifully
To make it, you need a bit of water

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